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Whether components for the production of our medical products or medicines for the hospitals in our health care group, the Purchasing and Logistics teams are responsible for meeting our internal needs – on time and in the best possible quality.
Procurement is responsible for purchasing products, raw materials, semi-finished and finished goods, and services as well as for collaboration and coordination between the purchasing cooperative, business partners, cross-functional teams, and suppliers. The primary responsibility of Procurement is to cover all internal company needs while ensuring that quality requirements are met.
Its overall objectives are to facilitate, safeguard, and continuously develop efficiency and effectiveness along the entire procurement chain. This includes the optimization of cost structures as well as increasing the return on capital in the manufacturing of complex medical products.
Degree with an economics or engineering major such as industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, or similar
Supply Chain Management (SCM) oversees the entire supply chain – from selecting suppliers to procurement and warehousing through delivery to the customer – while also pursuing the goal of boosting efficiency in all these processes. The Supply Chain Management team independently carries out projects for the conceptualization, rollout, and refinement of global SCM processes.
Supply chain managers are tasked with managing the supply chain with overall efficiency by preventing the risks incurred through insufficient planning of production quantities or inefficient distribution of production orders between our plants, for instance. In addition, Supply Chain Management continuously optimizes the planning systems for needs assessment and inventory management. In the area of distribution logistics, supply chain managers ensure that production orders for the same product using the same manufacturing processes are allocated efficiently between the different production facilities to optimally leverage production capacities and inventories.
Degree with a business or engineering major such as industrial engineering, logistics, or similar